PLANS have been lodged to change a former bank car park into two storage and distribution lots in Rosyth.

The application from Woodview Properties Ltd will also include the formation of a new access at the land on the Forties Campus at Rosyth Europarc.

A planning statement explains that the site was formed as car parking in the early 2000s as additional spaces for the bank offices at Dundas House.

It is now unused and redundant and the proposed use would see two separate storage lots formed each with their own access points.

"The proposal will bring a redundant area of land into employment use, supporting the wider Fife economy," it added. "Re-use of this site is important to the wider availability of sought after storage lot facilities in the area.

"The proposed change of use will not result in any loss of amenity to any neighbouring residential areas or compromise the activity of surrounding uses."

Last month, a separate planning application was submitted to Fife Council seeking permission for the change of use of the Dundas House building on Viking Way.

If successful, a mixed-use development would be created at the two storey office building.